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Game Recap – Skyview 36 Columbia River 29 | Greater St. Helens League Football

Game Recap – Skyview 36 Columbia River 29

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 22, 2011

Columbia River jumped out to an early 14-0 lead in the first quarter at home Friday on touchdown runs by RB Remick Kawawaki and QB Clayton Frank. The Chieftains held that lead heading into the break as they held the high powered Skyview offense scoreless. However, the visiting Storm came out in the third quarter and quickly turned the tied scoring 3 straight touchdowns, a pair of Parker Henry touchdown runs and a QB Sneak by Kieran McDonagh, to take a 21-14 lead into the 4th quarter. Henry punched in his third touchdown of the night early in the 4th quarter extending the Skyview lead to 28-14. The rest of the 4th quarter was crazy as Chieftain QB Clayton Frank ran in two more scores after that and Skyview gave up a safety giving River the 29-28 lead late in the forth quarter. But Forrest Russell returned the ensuing kickoff deep into Columbia River terriority to set up yet another Herny touchdown giving Skyview the hard fought 36-29 road win over their rivals. Henry finished the night with 272 rushing yards on 26 carries and had 4 rushing touchdowns. Remick Kawawaki ran for 152 yards on 17 carries in the loss for Columbia River.

Skyview improves their record to 6-2 on the season. The Storm will host Union (7-1 3-0) Friday at Kiggins Bowl, 8:00 p.m. Columbia River falls to 5-3 on the season with the loss. The Chieftains will travel to Mountain View (6-2 4-1) Friday at McKenzie Stadium, 8:00 p.m.

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First quarter

CR — Remick Kawawaki 8 run (Eli Gaynor kick)

Second quarter

CR — Clayton Frank 11 run (Gaynor kick)

Third quarter

S — Parker Henry 41 run (Hayden Schuh kick)
S — Kieran McDonagh 1 run (Schuh kick)
S — Henry 19 run (Schuh kick)

Fourth quarter

S — Henry 3 run (Schuh kick)
CR — Frank 3 run (kick failed)
CR — Safety off bad snap
CR — Frank 17 run (Gaynor kick)
S — Henry 5 run (McDonagh run)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Skyview — Parker Henry 26-272, Kieran McDonagh 8-58; Columbia River — Remick Kawawaki 17-152, Clayton Frank 16-68, Darius Raiford 14-52, Dennis Henderson 3-28.

Passing — Skyview — Kieran McDonagh 7-12-0-111; Columbian River — Clayton Frank 8-11-0-83.

Receiving — Reiley Henderson 4-80, Forrest Russell 2-25, Parker Henry 1-6; Columbia River — Dennis Henderson 5-63, Thomas Jacobson 2-9, John Mahoney 1-6, Darius Raiford 1-5.

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41 Responses to “Game Recap – Skyview 36 Columbia River 29”

  1. MVHS Athlete on October 22nd, 2011 9:28 am

    the columbian said that parker henry had 5 td’s?

  2. Bryan Levesque on October 22nd, 2011 9:36 am

    yep, sometimes people are wrong or make a mistake. no need to kill them. Watch the video, Skyview’s 2nd TD is a qb sneak by McDonagh. Hard to see behind the light. but both of my guys there told me it was Kieran and you can see Parker the whole paly NOT having the football. still 4 TD’s is not a bad night.

  3. skypa on October 22nd, 2011 1:01 pm

    Skyview better step it up this week!!!!

  4. gshl fan on October 22nd, 2011 2:12 pm

    there were a lot of calls not called against river that were obvious such as late hits. Also the diving touchdown rivers qb had should have been a fumble but it is what it is. River came out strong in the first half and just wanted to win the game more which showed by how aggressive and mentally focused they played.When second half came around skyview just stepped it up by knowing that their going to need to compete against river because unlike other teams river has the potential to keep it close. This was a very exciting game to watch and that is a perfect example of how rivalry can bring out the best of teams.

  5. 2A on October 22nd, 2011 5:45 pm

    the hockinson-woodland game link gives an error message, it may just be me though

  6. $Dog Ret. on October 22nd, 2011 6:20 pm

    Skyview was looking past river and onto union, BAD CHOICE. River proved to be a solid team, and obviously they wanted it more on Friday night. Skyview came out soft with no intensity. I’m sure the Skyview locker room was not a fun place to be at half time, it’s a disgrace to the school, players, coaches and fans that river even hangs with Skyview and their 60+ point offense. Hopefully they kick it into gear and take every game seriously because winning just from raw talent alone won’t work with union.

  7. GSHLleatherhead on October 22nd, 2011 6:37 pm

    The River team came to play. They were faster and wanted it more than Skyview at the start of the game. Early fumble inside the 10 by Skyview killed the momentum they were building in 1st quarter. Skyview finally regrouped and showed just how powerful their offense can be. Henry and McDonagh running has gotta be a HS linebacker’s nightmare. The second half was some of the most dramatic and exciting HS football I’ve seen in a long time. No quit in either team. If River can bring that to the Mountain View game they can beat em.
    Now for the bad part. Absolutely the some of the worst officiating I have seen in nearly 40 years of HS football. No spilled milk here. They were just BAD!!! from missing the spot on runs by 2-3 yards cause they were so far behind the play, to not knowing that any personal foul penalty against the defense is an automatic first down! Frank clearly fumbled before he got into the end zone, McDonagh fell on bad snap at 2 yard line and bounced into the end zone–called a safety! The last roughing the kicker call was soooo bad as to be unbelievable. On top of that they marked it off for 17 yards! Question though what was Skyview doing trying to block it anyway??!! GSHL needs to do something about the officiating.
    BTW The QB’s dad working the down box???

  8. nitroloser on October 22nd, 2011 6:55 pm

    i agree the ref blew this game on both sides River earned everything the got just as well as skyview did,even skyview winning drive had 2 to 3 very questionable calls,love the rivalry

  9. Cory on October 23rd, 2011 12:25 am

    are you putting up any other highlight videos for this week?

  10. Bryan Levesque on October 23rd, 2011 9:26 am

    yes, hoc/wood, bg/her, uni/ever, cam/fv and pra/kel will be up soon

  11. nitroloser on October 23rd, 2011 9:54 am

    agree the ref sucked way late whitsles,just terrible and on both sides of the ball for both teams,i hate to see someone getting hurt becouse the officials dont know when to blow a whistle,i have heard more complaints on the officiating of this game than i have in my life even on this websight from people from both teams saying how terrible they were,Bryan can they do anything about them in the future or is it going to take somebody gettin hurt and some parnent kicking the official azz

  12. U Know on October 23rd, 2011 9:57 am

    I thought you were keeping playoff team video off-line? BG/Heritage are still in the playoff picture, shouldn’t they stay off as well as Union, Skyview, and Camas??

  13. Storm from EWU on October 23rd, 2011 2:01 pm

    nitroloser, I’m going to take up the more controversial side of this one and disagree. I tend to want to side with the players and give them credit. But after shacking up with the highlight video and the rulebook for an hour I don’t think you can accurately say that River earned everything they got. AND IT ISN’T THEIR FAULT. They played well, but I believe if the referees had remembered to take their blind folds off before the game the score would have been conservatively 43-20.

    Too many Blatantly missed calls. I am not talking about the arguably bad refereeing with phantom holding or bad fumble calls etc that we see each week in this league because that goes both ways. I am talking about the calls that are clearly in argument with the rules of high school football.

    1) 7:40 in video. Rule 9-1 Article 3: It is a touchback when… a) Any free kick or scrimmage kick:
    1. Which is not a scoring attempt or which is a grounded three-point field-
    goal attempt, breaks the plane of R’s goal line unless R chooses a spot
    of first touching by K.

    You can clearly see the CR player pick up and advance the ball after the ball has broken the plane of the end zone (keep in mind the CR player batted the ball in the air, this is not considered a new force so the ball is dead, If it hit the ground and was then batted it would not be a touch back). This should be a touch back and much better field position for the storm rather than a long run back.

    2) 10:49 I wont even quote the rules on this one, because even my great grandmother could tell you that Kieran has a knee on the ground before the ball crosses the plane. She could probably do it without her glasses, but that is speculation.

    No safety and Storm retains possession at the 1 or 2 yard line.

    3) 11:42 Rule 9-5 ART. 5 . . . Running into or roughing the kicker or holder. A defensive player shall neither run into the kicker nor holder, which is contact that displaces the kicker or holder without roughing; nor block, tackle or charge into the kicker of a scrimmage kick, or the place-kick holder, other than when:
    a. Contact is unavoidable because it is not reasonably certain that a kick will
    be made.
    b. The defense touches the kick near the kicker and contact is unavoidable.
    c. Contact is slight and is partially caused by movement of the kicker.
    d. Contact is caused by R being blocked into the kicker or holder by K.

    Bryan did us a favor and slowed this one down, but that shouldn’t even be necessary. Parker dove for a spot away from the kicker, the kicker changed his movement from forward to sideways to carry his kicking leg into Parker. The contact was slight AND caused by the kicker. Nobody in that stadium could watch that play and believe that play constituted a penalty. If Parker had dove towards the kicker or had made contact with the kicker’s weight bearing leg then you suddenly have a dangerous play and one that merits a penalty.
    The Storm should take over possession with a short field.

    43-20 reflects the score of the game minus the safety for CR as well as the touchdown resulting form the R.Kicker penalty. And plus one TD for SV on the short field they should have had after the penalty. Though had COMPETENT refs been used I would guess a score different than this.

    CR played with heart, that is clear and no one should have expected any less. They came out strong last year in the same way which is exactly how a rivalry should be played.
    But the outcome of this game was decided by the Storm overcoming the referees. In my opinion this easily outdoes the debacle at Oak Harbor in 2006.
    Perhaps this is better left alone, but I am going to stoke the fire on this one because I think its a major issue, I don’t think alumni should be allowed to officiate a game played by their alma mater, especially not a rivalry game where emotions are going to be an even greater factor. And in addition to that I think it is inappropriate for those officials to be chatting with players from that school, or any players competing in the contest, in a non-official capacity prior to the start of the game.

  14. hard hitter on October 23rd, 2011 2:14 pm

    Guys, or girls…I had several years in this association and left the association several years back because MANY of the officials officiate because they need the job…
    FIRST and foremost they should line up every official before the season. Every prospective official at the high school level should of been required to have PLAYED FOOTBALL. Many have NOT…then you should seperate the ones who have college football experience or several years of coaching…This doesn’t happen…you have guys that don’t know the position, the spots, what they are suppose to be looking at or even their responsibilities…if you would of sat in some of the weekly meetings you would puke….You have many officials who listen to the sidelines they are on…I could pull out 15 officials from Friday night, ask each one of them in a seperate room what pass interference is and get 10 different answers. Ask them what the Line Judges job is and get 7. New officials should have no less than 3 years at CCYF…Then Freshman only…Then be graded for JV and Varsity…The GSHL has some excellent officials but they are spread so thin. They have to be to get a “crew” of some sort of balance…come up with some money for the association and this problem will be fixed….getting hurt isn’t the officals job…Coaches should teach that. But controlling the game and not trying to be “the game” should be the crews. Unfortunately this isn’t going to get any better

  15. nitroloser on October 23rd, 2011 3:13 pm

    storm you forgot the play where the sky plaryer left(hurdled) with both feet in the air same thing in which the week before river did and scored on and was called back the rule again is quite clear,not that i approve but states no leaping or hurdling anyway my point was the officiating sucked and as bad as it was you cant say it all went rivers way,period it was that bad

  16. nitroloser on October 23rd, 2011 3:14 pm

    btw i have no prob with you grandma doing the officiating either she would have to do a better job

  17. nitroloser on October 23rd, 2011 3:17 pm

    one more thing your alot smarter than to say what the score would be if,if and if,just sayin

  18. Bob on October 23rd, 2011 3:59 pm

    that second roughing the kicker was actually on the long snapper, not the punter

  19. Storm from EWU on October 23rd, 2011 4:46 pm

    Well the hurdling rule has to do with stepping on another player, which is why that rule is in the “illegal personal contact” section. So it is a violation to step on another player as you jump over them. But if you simply jump or leap without pushing off of other players then it is legal to do so.
    I left out any plays that could not be clearly shown one way or the other. There were plenty of bad calls but most of them were the garbage judgment calls that we see week to week. I wanted to point out the ones that clearly show the incompetence of the officiating and its hard to tell on the hurdling play if it was legal or not, I felt the same way about the River catch at the 2 yd line that appeared to be out of bounds as well as whatever BS holding call brought back one of River’s long plays because I just can’t say for certain what really happened.

  20. ChrisH on October 23rd, 2011 4:55 pm

    I believe what Bryan said is that there will only be the previous game up for each playoff team. Since the teams swap their last 2 games it doesn’t hurt to keep each new game up for 1 week.

  21. Cory on October 23rd, 2011 6:52 pm

    what about the bay/mv game?

  22. nitroloser on October 23rd, 2011 7:09 pm

    storm u obviously rootin for the skyview team all im saying is the officiating sucked and its against of the rule to hurdle another player lets not make this as confusing as the refs calls,bottom line is the officiating sucked on
    BOTH sides

  23. nitroloser on October 23rd, 2011 7:17 pm

    storm why dont you play ref???

  24. Bryan Levesque on October 23rd, 2011 7:42 pm

    Cory, I had mentioned Friday that we would not have video of that game. sorry

  25. Just A Fan on October 23rd, 2011 8:44 pm

    Why can’t it be just that River played better than expected… it’s 50/50 MV vs River…week 9

  26. nitroloser on October 23rd, 2011 10:15 pm

    IF river beats MV whos in 3A playoffs from GSHL??

  27. look on October 24th, 2011 7:44 am

    i see when washougal had horrible officiating in the woodland game everyone was saying a good team overcomes it and to stop talking about it. granted skyview, a great team, ended up winning, dont talk about the officiating and how bad it was!

  28. GSHL Football Fan 2011 on October 24th, 2011 9:03 am

    “Why can’t it be just that River played better than expected… it’s 50/50 MV vs River…week 9”

    Based on what logic? The fact they played Skyview tough and more competitive than Camas? Or the fact they lost to Prairie while only scoring 9 points?

  29. athlete on October 24th, 2011 9:52 am

    if river beats mv there will be a monday playoff with MV RIVER and PRAIRIE

  30. bob on October 24th, 2011 10:04 am

    River has no chance against mt.view!!!!!1

  31. Osborn on October 24th, 2011 10:09 am

    Watch at the very end of the play at 7:40 it happens just to the left of where the CR player gets tackled. Late hit by number 85?

  32. Storm from EWU on October 24th, 2011 7:01 pm

    Osborn, that one is pretty blatant. I’m also a fan of the hit two plays later. After Parker is in the end zone number 4 either trips on his own shoe laces or gets hit after the play. Can you tell which?

  33. Truth Teller on October 25th, 2011 9:31 am

    Storm from EWU…great looks on the video.

    1) 7:40 in video. any ball that goes past 10 yds on a kickoff is live…..(thought you played football…guess not)
    2) 10:49. ball crosses plane before knee down is a score.,,but need the goal line cam for a better look. (maybe you can get your connections at CBS to cover GSHL games)
    3) 11:42. on any punt or FG attempt you must let the kicker land clearly unless the ball is deflected prior to the contact..(again, you claim to play football)

    The officials are from the Evergreen Association…here is the website for you to sign up (http://www.efoaonline.org/) because clearly you understand football less than they do.

  34. Truth Teller on October 25th, 2011 9:38 am

    Storm from EWU…..you cannot hurdle in high school/middle school unless the defending player in the act of tackling has 2 or more points of contact with the ground. the points are defined as knees and hands. (again, clearly stated in the rules). so if the tackling player is on the knees, both hands on the ground or one hand and one knee on ground, then up and over you can go. again, the act of tackling not just getting blocked into the play, laying on the ground, sitting on the ground, etc.

  35. Osborn on October 25th, 2011 10:14 am

    storm, even though i played for skyview for my 4 years their i can honestly say i dont know if he fell or if something late happened. Its a rival game you have to expect late hits to happen its part of the game did skyview have a couple late hits that didnt get called probably i cant say for sure though because i wasnt at the game but still its a physical contact sport you have to expect it.

  36. Osborn on October 25th, 2011 10:20 am

    Why does everyone hide behind a screen name why not put a last name?????

  37. Storm from EWU on October 25th, 2011 1:10 pm

    Truth Teller, watch the play. Number 11 is doing exactly what you described. He is on his hands and knees, he had been blocked to the ground and he stands up underneath 23. So it would be legal for 23 to jump, though it looks more like 23 tripped. Either way its not hurdling.

  38. Storm from EWU on October 25th, 2011 1:14 pm

    Also, please quote me because I can’t remember ever saying that I played football. I dont think I ever made that claim because I haven’t played. But like most college students I DO make the claim to be able to READ. Which is how I learned the rules of the game. Disagree with me all you want, that is what debate is about. But don’t bother trying to fabricate knowledge about what I’ve done in my life.

  39. Storm from EWU on October 25th, 2011 1:30 pm

    Also, I specifically quoted the exceptions to those rules that you tried to correct me on. My source is the NFHS Rule book for HS Football. You are welcome to read it for yourself. As a matter of principle I recognize the possibility that I made a mistake in reading the rule book, but it seems a logical place to find the rules and I’m willing to assume that small risk.

  40. Thunder Warrior! on October 26th, 2011 11:12 am

    “Parker Henry”…… you are my GSHL All League MVP, Offensive Player of the year award, and off course All State selectee. Just be humble about everything and best wishes to the rest of the season. “Remember, hard work will bypass talent.” Stay blessed!

  41. That guy on October 29th, 2011 12:05 am

    I know this is a lil late to post on the game but the controversial call on the punter being hit by parker, blah blah blah, he faked it, who cares, but the penalty was for roughing the snapper. Just sayin.

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